Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived
With the help of an ancient spell, his friends, and love, Harry embarks on his mission to destroy Voldemort. What will happen on the way? With Ginny, Ron, and Hermione by his side, will Harry find the solution? And where do Neville and Luna fit in all this?
Her Other Half, An Evil Most Insidious
Sequel to Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived
It's up!!! Finally, eh?
Follow our favorite heroes continue their lives after the defeat of Voldemort. Someone wants revenge and will stop at nothing to get it. Is this a battle they can win or will they lose what is most precious to them?
I did get a chance to finish chapter 6 this weekend, and a good portion of chapter seven, which should make everyone a teensy bit happy... I hope. Don't throw rotten fruit, okay. Please?!?
I am going to see how the moderating process is going here, since it's been a long time since I've been posting on this site. If things get hectic, you can always try the story at WattPad, which might be posted faster. :)
Both of the stories are excellent! I check everyday to see if there are updates! Thank you for sharing your work.
Summary: Sirius Black, the most saught after male in the history of Hogwarts, has just had another successful friday night...but the girl he's with is not who he expected (one shot, rated for implied sex and some language, total humour!!!)
This was fabulous! I love the twist at the end!!
Summary: From the outside the Weasleys seem like the perfect family, cosy and caring, but no family's perfect. What are they really like when no one is around? What goes on behind closed doors? Please, please review!!!
Very interesting. The characterizations of each of the Weasley's seems well thought out. I felt for Errol. Good job!
Summary: A spin off of the night beforeChristmas, only a bit longer, and with Voldemort!!!
Note: Only one chapter long, and is a bit humorous.
Great start. Keep writing!!
Summary: After the death of Sirius, Harry realizes that not everything is as it seemed. The Trio grow tighter, and learn that there is more to their frienship than anyone knew. A secret of their own making will separate them from those they love, but the final battle will not belong to them alone. Will Harry be able to prepare himself for the inevitable, and continue to expand on his various relationships?
I found your story and I was intrigued. I was not let down once I started to read it. I love the plot and character development. I can't wait to read more!
Author's Response: Thank you so much!
Summary: PRE-HBP :: At the end of his sixth year, Harry Potter, the boy-who-lived, defeated Voldemort for the last time. But the tides of war have taken a toll on him, as much as they have taken a toll on his beloved Hogwarts and the entire Wizarding World. But when Harry returns for his seventh and final year at Hogwarts, the new traveling Quidditch team might be just what he needs to piece his life and his world back together.
I won't be doing anything more with this sotry, but since I like the chapter, I'm leaving it up.
After finishing this chapter, I read the A/N at the top and was crushed to find out that you aren't continuing this fic. I know that it's AU now, after HBP and all, but it is a great start to what could be a fabulous fic.
The depth you bring to your characters, along with the detailed descriptions make it easy to get lost in the writing.
Ron's attitude was dead on. Harry and Hermione felt right on too.
Dumbledore seemed to be really affected by the war, which I wouldn't have thought too much of, until I read his thoughts. Now I wonder just how deeply the war affected those around Harry. In almost every fic we see how the war affects Harry, Ron, Hermione, and sometimes Ginny. It's not very often that we see the teachers' point of view either.
That would be a great idea for a one-shot. How each of the teachers feels about the war and the closing/opening of Hogwarts.
Enough babbling... I can't wait to go check out more of your stories.
Summary: Summary : The sequel to Daughter of Light. Maeve has a very bad end to her honeymoon as things come to light about Severus that astound her. Why is her husband so keen to keep Draco Malfoy alive at all costs and can she really get over her loathing of Narcissa Malfoy to work together to save both Severus and Draco from the fate that Voldemort would like to inflict on them? Why is Harry so furtive and will Neville save the day when Maeve’s necklace is returned to her by her father. Oh, and our favourite bad-boy Auror is back!
There has been rather a long break in the writing of the story due to work commitments, but I'm back on the case and hoping to get it finished - if there's anyone left still reading!! :-)
I am hooked on Maeve! I love these stories.
Summary: A Story Inspired by Page 308 of Half-Blood Prince. Rated for drunken behavior. One-Shot.
This made me giggle. For quite a while. Thank you, I needed that, even if it has been quite a while since you posted it.
Author's Response: I\'m glad that you enjoyed it. At the time of writing, it was something that I needed a lot too!
Summary: This story starts a few days after the end of HBP. Harry has already had one shock to him, so what are a few more? Mainly H/G with R/Hr and other pairings. AU since its my version of book seven.
Read Bio, important info to be revealed.
Perfect. Like usual. Like veryone else, I am on the edge of my seat waiting for the next chapter. Yours is the first I fell in love with, and the one I read when I need inspiration! I just thought everyone should know!
Author's Response: Thanks Khrys. I love your story too!
Excellent. I am looking forward to the conclusion. It took me a moment to re-read the oprevious chapters before I got the goblin issue at the end of this chapter. I catch on so quick. You do know how to use the smallest details. I love it!
Author's Response: Thank you Khrys. I'm catching the little details of your story too. Keep writing.
The ending made me cry. It was perfect. I couldn't imagine a better way to end. Of course, like everyone else, I am looking forward to a sequel should you choose to write it. Rock on!
Author's Response: That is what love stories are suppose to do, right. Okay, I'm starting to think of some plot bunnies. T
Summary: Auror-in-training Kingsley Shacklebolt is learning to blend in with the crowd in downtown London. There, he meets a small, lost girl, and learns how much impact a simple act of kindness can really have.
What wonderful story. Hermione as a young girl is something I have not seen before. I enjoyed seeing Kingsley portrayed as someone other than a stiff Auror. Your descriptions are setailed and wonderful. Thank you for sharing this!
Summary: Harry knows what he has to do now - destroy Voldemort. But can he do it alone? Is he ready yet? And what will he do with his life when the battle is over (if he survives?)
This story is set immediately after HBP. My aim is to get it finished before book 7 comes out, so you'll read the end of the story here first!
I've not submitted any for a while as things have been a bit difficult, but I'm now working on Chapter 3...
Actually I've finished the last chapter! The hard bit is what comes in between. How did Luna get... hah, never mind!
Excellent beginning, I think I'm hooked. I loved the part about changing his path. It was described perfectly. Definitely made me think!
Another excellent chapter. Keep posting, as if I could stop you!
Summary: Merope Gaunt has what seems like a flawless plan to get Tom Riddle to love her. She has everything worked out to the very last drop of Amortentia in his glass each morning. Watch as a country called Romania and a celebration of love takes it's effect on this 'perfect love.'
Written as a Term Challenge: Holidays Abroad submission for Slytherin.
Ohhh. I can't wait to see how Tom reacts. If he is acting this way without the potion, I wonder how he will react to the pregnancy. I think it is hysterical that Merope thinks that coffee could solve her love problems. She also seems to think (or have tricked herself into thinking) that Tom might really be able to love her. Your story is incredible, portraying all of the depth and emotion (or lack thereof) between Tom and Merope.
Author's Response: Aww, thanks. And, actually, I added in the coffee thing because I know a lot of people who like it a lot and it sort of was just humorus for them. Thanks for the review!
Oooh. What a jerk. Leaving in the middle of the night after trying to break Merope's spirit. not that I think Merope was justified in giving him the love potion inthe first place, mind you. What a cad. Your style of writing is so amazing and realistic. I can't get over how upset Tom's actions have made me, and how great your writing is to be able to describe them that well. I can't wait to see what happens next.
Author's Response: Aww, thank you. I\'m glad you\'re liking it.
How horrible for Merope. To be in a place she had once called home without any help or support. Aside from the lack of magic and money she could have gotten for it, I wonder if she regretted breaking her wand as it distanced her from the wizarding world. Then again, I wonder if she ever truly felt like she belonged.
Author's Response: I\'m glad you\'re getting that back-and-forth feeling, as that\'s what I wanted to give off. Thanks for the review!
Ah. The infamous locket. I wondered when she would venture home. I love the idea of Tom being with Sara and "throwing" money at Merope, as if she were a common street urchin and not the woman carrying his baby. This has been such a wonderful story. I'm sad that it ended, but I love all the insight it provided into the life of the mother of Voldemort. Excellent!
Author's Response: Thanks! I\'ve always been intrigued by the story of Tom and Merope, and I\'m glad you liked this telling of it. Thanks for the reviews!
This is a fabulous prologue. You hage really captured the thoughts and feeling behing Merope and Tom as they embark onthe love potion adventure. I had honestly wondered how she had manged to slip him the potion, being so far removed from his world. You did an excelllent job of making it believable and real. I can't wait to get to the first chapter.
Author's Response: Thanks for all the great comments.
This is amazingly realistic. The way you capture Tom and his behavious in the morning before he'd had his dose of the potion is like something straight out of the wizarding world. Merope seems to have resigned herself to a life of unpleasant mornings and false nights. I wonder how long she will be able to keep it up before the strain gets to her. You are writing both er and Tom's emotions so well, that it makes me wonder how she will react when she decides to stop giving him the potion.
Author's Response: Thanks, I love writing my characters. Tom and Merope are some of my favourite.